Any literature dealing with the physiology of living organism and human states what is the portion of water in an organism, structures of living organism, in percentage.
Main part of the water contained in an organism is bound water, which is concentrated inside cells (approx. 70 %), and the rest (30 %) of water is extracellular water. Of this extracellular water about 7 % is blood and blood lymph (filtrate) and the rest washes the cells in the organism. That is inter-tissue or free water in the organism.
Number of organs within the human body contains quite a large quantity of water. This includes the brain, reproductive cells, skin, liver etc. Human embryo contains 97 % of water and in new-born’s water represents 77 % of their weight. With age the quantity of water constantly decreases to 60-50 %. Tibetan medicine sees direct proportion between psychological abilities of a human and the quantity of water and shape of the skull.
Water of human brain is bound water with special structure. If even a small quantity of foreign elements gets into this water, the psychological condition of a human reaches its breakpoint. Examples of such elements include alcohol, nicotine, drugs, toxic and other harmful substances, aphrodisiacs, including doping. Human organism is quickly affected by the disruption of water balance. Loss of dampness of 6-8 % of bodily weight causes serious conditions similar to unconsciousness. If water loss reaches 10-12 %, heart failure may occur.
At birth, human organism has a certain ratio of intracellular water to free, extracellular water. The ratio of these two waters in the organism must be continuously maintained during the course of the human life. Water dissymmetry in a new-born is very high, reaching 144 and more units Diss. However, during the course of live, a human “loses” water and at old age retains 60-50 % of water only… Organism remains symmetrical and isotropic. Human live and longevity depends on the retaining of water homeostasis (water quantity). In order to maintain a normal ratio of various types of water in human organism, one must drink high quality drinking water, which in its structural and biophysical characteristics corresponds to the characteristics of intracellular water of the organism. There is less and less of such water in the nature. It is thus apparent that not only clean drinking water, treated or mountain water is vital to human health, but one needs water that has a certain structural composition and its own bio-energy, co called “water of life”. Water in an organism has three statuses: free, fractal and crystalline (aut.). However all of them have different coefficients of dissymmetry. If used systematically, only such dissymmetric drinking water is able to maintain the ratio of fractal and crystalline water towards free water stable.
Obesity, depression and cancer – those are the three words used by physicians to describe the process of permanent, unintentional dehydration. The term “dehydration” is understood to be not only the lack of water in brain cells, but also the lack of nutrients, causing illnesses.
What kind of drinking water do we need?
Let’s formulate the basic chemical, microbiological and physical criteria, which are to be fulfilled by drinking water that a human needs to maintain his health.
- Drinking water should contain all necessary micro and macro elements that are necessary for a human to assure normal functioning of his organism and that are obtained by human from drinking water. It should be natural, surface, flowing water that has its own natural bio-energy, defined by its natural characteristic. It must meet the highest criteria of structural composition, being fractal, dissymmetric drinking water.
- Water should be natural, biologically accessible and well digestible, should have the maximum ability of penetration through organism cell membranes and should have basic physical and physiological characteristics comparable to intracellular water. For example, tap water has surface tension of 73 din/cm, and intracellular water has surface tension of about 43 din/cm. All types of water, be it tap or packaged water, are symmetrical waters. A cell requires a large quantity of energy to breach the surface tension of water and dissymmetration of water molecules.
- Drinking water should not be hard. Ca++ content should be between 10-20 mg/l. Due to the consistent pollution of human organism by various ecological toxins, structured, alkali water (pH 8,0-9,0) is more acceptable to our organism. It is this alkali, albeit structurally ordered drinking water that will best retain acid-base balance of bodily fluids, which are predominantly slightly alkaline.
- This important characteristic of drinking water, i.e. the oxidation-reduction potential of water, must correspond to the oxidation-reduction potential of intercellular liquid. This value is in the range from-100 to do -200mV(millivolts). In such case the organism does not have to lose additional energy on balancing the oxidation-reduction potential. This may also be reached outside of the organism via water dissymetrator because the redox potential of water also depends on the coefficient of dissymmetry of drinking water.
- Drinking water should not contain any information negative or harmful to human health.
- Water from Icelandic icebergs has a redox potential of (-200 mV) and pH 8,5, also has a high potential of dissymmetry of up to 16 Diss. This data shows that ages ago water and its dissymmetry and anisotropy were very high and that was the impulse for the emergence of organic forms of life on earth. Modern environment is ever more symmetrical and isotropic, which leads to degeneration of all kinds of living organisms. In modern conditions, spontaneous emergence of life on earth is impossible.
Anyone can create his own high quality drinking water from natural sources or from tap water, which corresponds to norms for drinking water and make such water dissymmetric. At room temperature, dissymmetric water retains its characteristics for the period of three days.
A human should always remember that high quality, structurally ordered natural drinking water is vital for his life.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO) data more than 80 % off all health issues are connected to the quality of drinking water. A person cannot be healthy if he’s drinking poor quality water. We can also add the fact that permanent (!!!) and regular (!!!) drinking of water in quantity of at least 250-300 ml, according to the norm of 30 ml per 1 kg of bodily mass for the period of three to four months may help treat or stabilize many chronic diseases without the use of medication and other supporting treatment methods. Drinking of this dissymmetric water will speed up this process many times.
Autor and Inventor is M.D., Ph. D. prof. Kutushov M.V.
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